Aruba Honeymoon packages made easy. Let us help you find the perfect all-inclusive resort. No matter what time of year you visit Aruba, the weather will be fantastic for your all-inclusive honeymoon. Save time and money with best prices, friendly expert advice and low deposits.
King bed (subject to availability at time of check-in)
Late check-out (subject to availability at time of departure)
Complimentary upgrade to next available room category (subject to availability at arrival)
$35 Spa credit in ocean harmony 50 minute massage for two, per adult per stay, this spa credit does not apply with other promotions and discounts
Honeymoon couples must present a copy of their wedding certificate upon arrival in order to take advantage of this offer. Wedding day must be within 90 days of arrival date. Tamarjin Aruba All Inclusive
Preferred Check-In Service
Bottle of champagne upon arrival
Special honeymoon gift
Spend your 1st anniversary back at Tamarijn Aruba & receive a complimentary free night.
The Tamarijn Aruba and the Divi Aruba are located in the Eagle Beach/low-rise section. These resorts are very basic, but they are true beachfront on an amazing beach, away from heavier populated areas.
The Renaissance Wind Creek Aruba Resort offers a very unique all inclusive Aruba Honeymoon option. The resort is located in downtown Oranjestad. The marina section is an adults only resort and has a motor launch in the lobby that takes guests to their own private island.
With the optional all-inclusive resorts, just make sure you realize what is included and what’s not and you’ll have a perfect time.
We do recommend booking all inclusive resorts that are all inclusive all the time for everyone. This just removes a potential source of confusion and aggravation.
Most Arubans speak at least 5 languages. They also speak Papiamento, which is a language native to the ABC islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. Learn a few phrases for your Aruba Honeymoon Vacation.
Bon Bini – Welcome
Bon Dia – Good Morning
Bon Tardi – Good Afternoon
Bon Nochi – Good Evening
Con ta bai? – How are you?
Mi dushi – My Sweatheart
Mi ta stima Aruba! – I Love Aruba!
Aruba’s topography and vegetation are unusual for a Caribbean island. Divi-divi trees, easily recognized by their distinctive wind-sculpted shape, dot a landscape defined by miles of pristine white beaches and a rugged northeast coast.
Aruba has had its own currency since 1986, the Aruban florin. U.S. dollars are widely accepted in Aruba.
ATM machines are available throughout the island. Travelers checks and major credit cards are widely accepted.
Your cell phone will work in Aruba but be aware that there will be roaming charges. Please contact your local service provider before traveling to Aruba. Aruba is equipped with WIFI technology and has hot spots throughout the island.
Aruba means “red gold” (“ore” for gold + “ruba” for red).
Casinos are a big draw to Aruba. A few casinos are open 24 hours a day. In general, opening hours are 11 a.m. for slots and 1 p.m. through early morning for table games. Hours vary seasonally. No one under 18 is allowed in the casinos.
The island is approximately 70 square miles, 6 miles wide by 19.6 miles long.
The official time is Atlantic Standard time, one hour ahead of E.S.T., and equal to E.S.T. during daylight savings time period. When the USA springs forward the time is the same as east coast time. When we fall back Aruba is one hour ahead of New York time.
Aruba is very distinctly Dutch. In Orangestad, you could swear you were in Amsterdam.
Aruba is so far down south in the Caribbean, that South America is only 18 miles away.
Aruba is one of three islands that make up the ABC islands along with Bonaire and Curacao.
Aruba offers all the beach and water activities that you would expect in a Caribbean Island. You can go sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling and deep sea fishing. Because of the constant tradewinds, Aruba is one of the most popular places on earth for windsurfing and kitesurfing.
If you’re looking for mountains, tropical gardens, waterfalls and rivers, Aruba is not your place. Aruba is an arid island. The lack of rain means plenty of sunshine. You will find long, wide, white sand beaches, casinos, bars and restaurants that lure visitors back to Aruba again and again.
Aruba Honeymoons offer a wide variety of activities: